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in rockefeller plaza. >> it is october 11. >> what are we doing here? >> first of all, if you don't know about this video we are going to tell you about you are in the dark. >> we didn't know anything about this video. but it is sweeping not just the nation but the world. >> it's called "what does the fox say. ♪ ♪ ♪ what does the fox say ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> what does the fox say? oh. >> okay. so this viral video has more than 100 million hits and we don't get it. >> we don't know why. the norwegian brothers are here. >> i bet them downstairs. they are adorable. >> they are crazy. i met their brother. and he is -- wow. >> he is is a scream. this song was supposed to be a joke. it was pay back for what they had done the record company. >> they tried to write the world's worst song and it has become a hit. >> we're going to talk about all what does the fox say. >> that means there is going to be skrun chees. she is -- she goes to the beat of her own drum. >> she seems perfect for him. >> look at how we have to get the tight shot. that is sad what you just did in there. >> some people have a
and make sure the investigation wasn't in any way tainted. >> yofrk are i don't think it's wise or justifiable for him to be at the range firing with ammuniti ammunition. >> you think there was something wrong with it? i don't. why aren't they coming to me and questioning me? >> it's important to stress by all indications sheriff smith did not break the law, but as you heard, experts call it a mistake in judgment. after leaving a rehab program, aldon smith turned himself in at the sheriff's department. he posted bail and his since entered a not guilty plea to the felony weapons charges. now coming up after the break, we investigate crime statistics inside police sources speaking out. the city of san jose getting caught in a numbers game. >>> the numbers don't lie. or do they? san francisco's biggest city boasted that gang crime has gone down considerably. but high-ranking sources in the san jose police department revealed the city was playing a numbers game with crime statistics. investigative reporter broke the story. >> it was the night before memorial day. >> he's got headpho
, i think? >> no. >> they both have kind of wide faces. don't you think? >> i think of jay's as long, but if you want to say it's wide, okay. shall we look? >> well, i don't know. there's a new study out that says women are more attracted to wide-faced men. >> not to marry, though, just to -- >> cause -- >> go to poughkeepsie, if you know what i mean. >> because they say wide-faced men seem to be powerful, wealthy, and in charge and aggressive and all those things. see, that's a wide face. >> but, you see, it's also very long. >> it's long and wide. okay. >> like his talent. >> oh, see, isn't that a wide face? and a good -- i mean a good -- i don't think wide is bad. >> well -- >> no, it's not. >> the mayor of toronto has a wide face, and i don't find him particularly attractive. >> here are a couple of examples of wide-faced men. one is simon cowell and the other is colin firth. >> see, that's not a wide face, that's long and thin. >> see, we thinned him out and made him longer. >> don't touch him. don't touch colin firth. >> you have to. let's make him long. >> no. no. we want our
they're supposed to taste. i like my mother's stuffing. i don't want ice cream to taste like stuffing. i'm a purist and a traditionalist. >> we have potato chips the other day and they tasted like french toast, pringles. >> i don't like that at all. i'm happy for those of you that love it. a pack of these flavors is $65. >> we're drinking -- >> it is called stringy jack pumpkin wine. >> i'm sure a lot of people are going to like it. i'm going to tell you right now, i smelled it, i'm not going to like it. you taste it. i don't want to hurt these people. i bet they're -- >> it's not -- it's spicy. tastes like a -- >> like a cider. >> a cidery kind of wine. don't drink it. you won't like it. >> i know. i don't want to hurt these people. i bet they're lovely. >> $16 at ltewinery.com. okay. anyway. >> now something i love. >> we have been waiting for this. >> you may need this after thanksgiving. all righty then. what are they called? >> shreddies flatulence filtering underwear. why is girouard off today? i wanted girouard. [ flatulence noises ] we wanted girouard to model these for us, da
, are fred and barney here? i don't see them. >> they're in a lot of trouble, too. >> thursday d, thursday. >> are we ready? >> da, da, da, da, here we come on the run, with our burger on a bun. we will tickle with a cold dill pickle and all of our potatoes are fried, fried, fried. our burgers can't be beat, because we grind our own meat, grind, grind, grind. fred flintstone and barney rubble, you're to blame for all our trouble. and if you think we're going to forget, you're out of your mind, mind, mind, mind. >> i told you we should have rehearsed. >> barney. >> have a good show. >> yabba yabba doo. >> what are you going to give me? >> i'm going to take your burger. >> bye, big boy. >> hello betty. >> hello, wilma. you know, this is getting old. >> let's see how well we did in terms of our looks. this is us. >> it's halloween. >> let's see how much we look like them. we're going to split screen it. everybody's telling me i still look like lucy, lucille ball. >> okay, there's you. >> yeah. lucy. >> no. it's good. okay. okay, betty. ready? >> i'm ready. >> that's cute. pie lid's falling a
show you because i don't know what was going on at the game. >> looks like nobody was on there. they were at the otr end. they don't wear pads. it's an aggressive, sexy ge to watch. >> iold you. >> they are just -- it's just there's noot dogs because the guys are all into this as a team they areun to watch. they're all in the scrum and doing whathey do. >> that's like their huddle. >> i knew the word hugby. rugby. but i had ner seen it. frank and i weren england f something and all of a sudde he's watching rugby game on tv ani'm going whoa. you can see th. they don't have helmets on or any stuff. >> no pads. >> their bodies are azing. >> they are ramming into each other d all men. it's exciting. >> hoda loves it. >>e thought you could e a good laugh. this may provide it foyou. there's somethincalled the brittania awards and sha baron cohen was there. so selma introduced him and there s an elderly woman ia wheelchair and they explained she worked with charlie chaplain when he was 5 yes old. she wathe onlyerson still alive who wathere during that very special moment. here's what
, sometimes they don't have that. >> the good way he answered it, listen, the person on the aisle own the aisle? can they control who goes into the loo and who doesn't? >> i assumed if i sat next to the window, i got to close it if the sun was bright in and i got to raise it. what confused me, if i'm in a window seat and the person in front of me is in a window seat, sometimes there's a window in between. you don't know if you can sneak up. >> you go, that's mine. >> they have their own window. that's the one in between. look, i think you should ask, but i have always controlled it when i sat at the window seat. i don't even like the window seat. i like the aisle. >> i like the window seat until it's then to go potty and there's someone next to you sound asleep. >> what do you do? >> i try so hard. >> get over? >> depends. >> who it is. >> i either take my time and enjoy it -- >> always awkward. >> yeah, no, i don't tap them. i try to get gingerly over. then, in order to do that, you have to put the weight of you on the back seat of the person in front of you. so that person's resting
! >> think about it. if you buy a house, you have to pay more for square footage. i don't know! for a large pizza, you pay more. >> not for large pants if you get pants that are size 6 -- >> there's a lot more material. i'm not saying it's right or wrong, they're saying it costs them more, hoda. >> it is wrong. that means people who are little get everything. they get the cheaper pants, they get the cheaper leg waxing, they get everything they want, and all the rest of us have to pay more for everything. >> you can buy a happy meal at mcdonald's. their littler and you don't have to pay as much, or you can go in the children's section and buy little clothes that fit you. i'm not saying they're right or wrong -- >> they're wrong. >> hoda, have you ever been in business? if it costs you more to do business, you have to amortize to make a profit. it might be rude and uncomfortable, and i'm sorry for that. >> they're trying to save money and they're going to lose business. that's my prediction. >> if you want your legs waxed and it's going to cost you $8 more to get your legs waxed, it's like so
back to mom? mom and daddy. >> come here. she's like no, i don't think so. >> you've grown up, ella. >> she sure has. >> boots pumpkin head. >> they will be at the parade tomorrow and -- >> yeah. it's going to be fun. >> the weather, hoda was saying, has been really rough. at 2:00 in the morning i thought our house was going to fall in. we're on the water there and -- every flue is open. you just hear the -- >> i'm curious about the macy's thanksgiving day parade tomorrow because they are expecting some wind gusts saying 30 miles per hour. they're waiting until the last minute to find out -- >> i heard 50. >> oh. >> yeah. >> oh. >> anyway, we'll find out. they may have to -- we'll see what they do. they'll make decisions at the last minute. >> call your carrier. >> we've compiled a list, traveling today and want to know what the busy airports and rest stops. here they are. number five the fifth busiest airport today is jfk at 4:00 p.m. >> come at a quarter of. >> san francisco at 1:00 p.m. please avoid that. l.a.x. at high noon. >> yep. >> chicago o'hare at 4:00 p.m. and the atlanta
. their annual conntions don't st bring in blogger, b big names le president obama, facebook, anichelesandberg. are you surprised o success? >> i grew up in print and then at a time when messa boards were so popul and robust in the first bubble. and at the time, i remember i can put up some of the best magazine content o line and i can't t women ute of the messag brds. and iwas fascinating and education educationa because it turnedouwe were the lucy ricardos and the dearabbyes. off own lives. and that is gold right there. >> blogger headquarters by t way, right o t peninsula in redwoods shore the. interesting in attending next ar's coention? it's bng held in san jose. is it a blessing or a curseo have the zuckerberg name. it's a blessing when it comes to her nking account and perhaps a curse wn it comes to creating her own identity. but ranni, ge from facebo, now launching her next project when you look at her facebook time li, it's a lot like everyone else's family gatherin weddings and halloween cosmes. >> is there a timeou don't give out your name and you don't want to go there? >> setimes
're feeling like we are, you don't want to try anything today. >> noted. bloated. >> capital "b." >> we've got a big show for you. nicolette sheridan is here to get you in the christmas spirit. >> performance by the texas tenors. >> love them and ambush make-overs because we missed everybody at the parade yesterday. hope you had a great thanksgiving. hope you enjoyed the parade. >> we have bad news for you, so you might as well brace yourself as you're sitting there scratching your belly because the average american, just so you know, consumed yesterday 4,500 calories. >> is that like four days' worth of food basically? >> about. about. 3,000 on your turkey dinner, 1500 calories on snacks and drinks. >> that's the only way that saves me. i love that meal so much, i don't snack on anything. >> you don't? >> huh-uh. because then you don't have your appetite for all the good stuff. >> you are right. here's a question, when you go to someone's home for thanksgiving, do you ask for leftovers? do you say hey. >> hey. >> i'm leaving. >> going to eat that? >> taking that turkey? >> going to finish tha
of the free world. it has a great role to play. i don't think it has been playing that role in the '50s, and therefore, i think the democratic party has an historic function in the 1960 election. >> don't you think that the republicans are sure to run on peace and prosperity, and since we are at peace and the nation is prosperous, can they be beaten on those issues? >> yes, i think they can be beaten. i think really the problem of the democratic party is to attempt to bring home to the people the kind of problems that we are going to face in the 1960s, also to bring home to the american people that we haven't really faced these problems in the 1950s. when mr. eisenhower leaves office in 1960, we are going to be faced, the next incumbent, with overwhelming problems. we are going to be faced with a missile gap, which will make the difficulties of negotiating with the soviet union and the chinese in the '60s extremely difficult. when mr. coolidge left the white house in 1928, he was hailed. he was an extremely popular chief executive. i don't think he was popular in 1930. >> mr. reston. >>
, though? >> how many months old is -- when did we get the dog? like march? right? >> i don't know. i don't remember. >> april, may, june, july, august, september, october. it's not even a year old. >> thanks to my friend for sending that in. i have a picture of you i want to show. yesterday hoda came to the country with me to my house and got into my little podcast studio. there's bambino. she did such an awesome job on my podcast, going to start airing tomorrow. you can -- it doesn't air. you go online. >> what you have to do is tonight at midnight, by the way this is one of those things. >> there's our friend louise whose mouth is open. people always look like they're having more fun when their mouth is open. >> look at us. bambino, he sits with me through every one. >> i didn't know what it was going to be like being on your podcast. i wasn't familiar with what it was. i have to tell you, it was so much fun because you -- we covered everything. it's full of humor, full of depth. louise is hysterical. >> she is so funny. >> time goes like that. >> i know. i'm loving it. i am loving it
out their aice. i don't know if anybody ever learned a thin hoda is going to tell us about two pele who inspired her and changed r life. they arepecial. >> they are terrific. >> tl me about your big night lastight. hoda is always out and about. >> okay, here's my thing. i nt to the glamor wom of the year award ceremony. usually i go to these things, beuse we have to wake up so early, i go a little while then leave. this one is at carnegihall. >> so it's big. >> i it's big! so i thought there, i'll stay for about a half hour 45 minus, then i'llo. i didn't leave for the whole thing. cindy levy throws a eat, great, great event. >> she's editor in chief from "glamour." you look beautul, hode. >> iore the same thing the nit before. >> i was going to say. >> same shoes and everhing. they honored smany people. mala, the pakistani girl who was ot in the face. she stood up in ont of everyone at carnegie hl, look out and said i'm not afraid. i got shot in the fa and i'm not afraid. girls deserve to learn. it was such a beautiful and tearful cemony. the was a teacher from newtown, from sandy h
. >> i don't deny who was. i've never denied who i was. >> high profile ansgender actor thera sparksalks openly about cnging her gender but not who she is. >> randi zuckerberg steps out from her brother's shadow. >> i'm so gratefulor the expeence i had at facebook i'm no grate tofl my brother. but it was also really iortant for me to make a name for myself o. >>> here nbc bay area's r >> thanks for joining us. we have some trail blazers with us tonight, some house hold names, oers youight be time.and hearing for the first but all of our stors tonight give us a rare behind t scenes look at these dynamicews mars. we begin with the colorfulnd controversial john mcphie. he recently turned down an off to fixed the obama care website. valley.ck in the silicone wife. aew compa and a new murder of his neighbor and the media frenzy that followed. john mcafee hasurned hisife willingly into a hollywood script. >> is this the story of a successful sbe preneurowho went crazand became a murderer or is this the gatest bleep ] of all tim >> we caughtp with mcafe in portland, oregon and now he's in the
. >> if that's what i told you and sources inside the jail that's providing you information i don't know independently right now. that was weeks ago. >> would you like to hear the voice mail? >> no i would not. >> while deputies in the jail say it's common practice for suspects to spend a minimum of five hours behind bars smith was booked at 9 kplo 40 released at 11 dlo 7b. one hour and 20 minutes in the county jail. and an hour later he was back on the practice field. >> so did smith get the star treatment on that friday morning? >> yes he certainly did. >> would the average person be allowed to leave after just a couple of hours? >> no. >> did smith receive preferential treatment. >> smith did not receive preferential treatment. >> the questions don't end there. coming up after the break deride in your helicopter that day? >> yeah. >> why smith got to ride in the sheriff's helicopter and shoot the department's high powered weapons. the sheriff's answer next. >> welcome back. we heard sheriff smith contend there was no preferential treatment for aldon smith. now our
's become a friend of mine, glenn beck. very controversial guy. has a lot to say, even if you don't agree with him. he's ever fascinating. i went down to texas last week. fantastic new book out that we'll talk a little bit more. >> how about this, kmart has some of the best commercials. we've been huge fans. do you guys remember earlier we talked about a couple of commercials? one was called ship my pants. and the other was big gas savings. ship my pants. >> but you got to say them fast. >> and big gas savings. >> ship my pants? right here? ship my pants? you're kidding. >> you can ship your pants right here. >> you hear that, i can ship my pants for free. >> wow, i just may ship my pants. >> i just shipped my pants and it's very convenient. >> very convenient. >> i hate these big gas prices. >> sounds like you could use some big gas savings. >> kmart shop your way members save 30 cents a gallon. >> that's a big gas discount. >> big gas discount. >> you solved a big gas problem. >> totally solved might big gas problem. >> all i know is i want to go out with those people, you know, that ca
the last -- few things from the last thanksgiving. don't act like it's not in your fridge too sometimes. >> are you kid -- >> little -- not like -- not like food in containers. >> is there some turkey in there, 1-year-old turkey. >> we bought some other stuff, sauces. oh, that must have been from -- and i opened up the spice cabinet. >> yeah. >> lots of stuff is there. i was like, what -- not just spices but crackers that were opened from god knows when. >> you put your shoes in there, don't you? you use your kitchen for other things like boib thomas does. >> when they come i clean. >> that's good. >> wow, my apartment looks awesome. >> can you imagine how horrible holidays would be if you couldn't stand your family? >> oh, god. >> that's the case for a lot of people. >> yeah. yeah. >> couldn't stand them. >> i know. you know what, this is interesting. you brought up something interesting about how sometimes kids and their parents get separated when they're having a meal together. >> right. yeah. after church on sunday we went to a little restaurant that we love. it's actually the resta
. >> okay. do you like a man th a beard? >> no, i don't. >>kay. >> we're going to play a game. and it's called "guess that beard." we're read >> beard number one. >> i can't wt. >> oh, that's what's his ne. >> not hug-- >> ben affleck. >> i don't know names. >> and beard number two is hh jackman. >> you can wear anytng you nt. >> andumber three. huh? >> oh, that's the guy from -- >> kevin klein? >> no. it i-- i know, john hamm and beard number fr is -- george clooney! >> wow. >> and the last one? "duck dynast" our my cousin from appalachia. >> did i tell you were brilliant again? >> whad the biggest day and forgoto remind you we're illiant. at's what the daily ws says. >> you c still get it online at dailynews.com. i thought for sure they were going to r that headline. >>e're starting to have lunches th people who help u with that column. and they are a wild and wacky azy bunch. >> here's a question for you, have you gone into a restrm at ki of a nice restaurant -- and bathroom attendant handsou towel or soap or something and theye standing the person is standing in there. there'been
're planning you don't get to have it. evil ists. evil dwells in people. >> it was just bore halloween, e killer that still haunts. >> i found him just lying there. coul't feel a pulse. >> a young dad engaged to be married, dea on the grou. >> they deterned that it was a murder >> and here's wha made this mystery so chilling. the possibleuspects werell in stume. >> the cowboy and the penguin, everybody is dressed a somebody else. how are you going to be able to identify people. >> cowboy, penguin, costume killer? sounds like somhing ripped right from the pages of stephen king, but in this case, the horror isreal. >> we hadhis piece of the coume. we didn't know what it was. >> aalloween crime to send shivers down your spine. >> i was terried. somethin had happened. i didn't kno what. i'm lester holt. welcome to "dateline." don'tatch this one alon here's josh with aale under a halloween moon. it's one time when everyone pretends to be someone else. when being two-faced is part of the deal. there's a fling that maybe the rules don't aly andhat during those mn lit hours, we all hav license to
. >>> if you watch "snl," it was a fun filled show. i don't know about you guys, if you watch this, the was a scen they called it kimye, a talk show -- >> waking with kimye. >> there ia woman who appears in the skit who couldn't identify. okay. >> okay. >> she hosted "snl." take a look. >> should we tell them after. oh, lady gaga. how can you compare us? we'rnot even weang the same thing. >>hat's a shame because you stanng next to a style tan. let'analyze the two. all right. kim is wearing a givenchy piece, that she didn't wanto wear, so i had to put her into it while she was leep. its sexy, while at the same time still says, hey, this girl knows how to rd. and kara is wearing this garbage. kim wore it tter. what do you have to say for yourlf, karen? >> well, first of all, this is my work uniform. >> ew, work. >> but honestly, i don't ce about shion. i think pele who try too hard with their outfits are maybe hiding sething. >> lady gaga. >> funny. but apparently she went to -- was it high school for the perfming arts or something like thaso she has a lot of background in that. >>
. here is vicky nguyen. >> they don't want you to ask questions, they want you to do what they say. >> reporter: he worked at sam tram from 2001 to 2012. >> it's on the worker bees, the grunts who know what's going on. in this case, my scenario, i know what's going on. >> reporter: his duties include caltrains financial statements. he was asked to make changes that were illegal. it was to inflate the expenses to ask for more money. >> we had to increase expenses where there were no expenses. >> reporter: the finance manager asked him to record made-up expenses for services they never received. >> it's hard to believe. >>itis hard to believe, but it's done. it happened. >> reporter: from san francisco to gilroy, the trains, buses provide more than 100,000 ride as day. >> people plan on public transportation. >> reporter: they announced a crisis. $30 million deficit. >> every year, we scramble to come up with funds. >> every year, they raise fares and freeze salaries. he would be asked to move money around. initially, you went alon with it, why? >> it was a sad story. the caltrain is
down to two major points. a lot of people don't have health insurance because they can't afford it so you have to have subsidies. that's what did you in massachusetts skpch massachusetts. and in order to make sure your risk pool is right, you have to have young and healthy people in it so that the people would be taken care of who are older and sicker. that's what you did. but here's what you said to meet the press back in 2007 about the mandate. i want to play it and get your reaction. >> i think you're going to find that when it's all said and done after all these states, laboratories and democracy get the chance to try their own plans, that those who follow the path we pursued will find it's the best path and we'll have a nation that takes the mandate approach. >> you don't believe all states shu should adopt this, but you do believe all states should take a mandate approach. if it's so good for massachusetts, what's wrong with taking it national? >> what i said there was precisely right, which was each state should be able to put in place the plan that works best for them, and if
a noise. i will kill who ever comes up here to find you. >> what does that do to a child? >> i don think tre's ything worse you can do to a child. >> tonigh the mormon girl whose innocence was so brutally stolen reveals how she turd terror into triumph summoning the resolve to survi and even outwt her captors. she writesbout it all in her new book "my story". >> when i decided to write i i knew i wanted it to be real. i knew i wanted to go all the way. >> so why now? >> i have heardo many terrible ories. on in four girls, one in six ys are going to be sexually abus. those statistic are staggering. so in a sense it was important that you put out the detail of that abuse so people realize they're not alone? >> absolutely. >> itll goes back to the late springf 2002. elizabeth w lived in an upscale neighborhood i salt lake city utah wit her parents ed and loisnd five siblings was just typical -year-old girl eerly anticiping high school. >>ll the different clubs and sports teams and getting my driver's license and dating. i mean, i was ready. >> in a city fams for its mormon roots, elizabeth
if we don't, on the wsite you and i talk about ituite a bit. i'm a enthusiastic fan. that said, let's tal about this way of raising money. you're trying to raise 0 million. >> that's right. >> the other day, last week barracuda network's rsed $72 milln in anipo. so we're talking about small ipo level kinds of money here. >> right, right. but the difrence is in an ipo you've g threeears of autoed financials. we'rstill a little too i don't think toe able to go through all that kind ofwork. we're going after the early age investor you can't really get an early stage investor using an ipo. you're already doing your ipo. >> b that said, youre getting ipo-level funds. >> absolutely. >> ablutely. viable alternative. >> to going to t open market. >> is this a substitute for ipo or is this something that bridges the gap between angel and venture invesng and ipo? >> you know, ihink it will work in ery single one of thos cases where you don't necessarily have to use angel anymore. you don't necesrily have to use venture capitalists. you can go dirtly to a we have those groups, those groups evo
. you know i don't like sweets. but when i have one, i make it count. >> another big reese. i love it. what do you like? >> i like the reese a lot. i like the hershey's milk chocolate. >> i didn't know, no one told me, jolly ranchers makes a lollipop. did anyone know? jolly ranchers makes a lollipop. >> they're begging for them in the back. >> okay. here's the thing. finish that please. i can't do it. >> i can. >> you're nobody until you have instagramed your butt. did you know that? there seems to be a new trend in hollywood. hoda, you got to get with it. you got to be hip. you got to instagram your stuff. >> everybody is posting their junk. they are turning around and taking a picture. that was the kim kardashian picture. we've completely blurred it. >> even though the whole world's seen it. i love our standards and practices. >> well, not on air. here's lady gaga. >> what is that? you can't even tell. >> although they didn't blur out her thong. what's the point? >> seriously, this is embarrassing. >> this is embarrassing. >> this is hysterical. they put a blur in the crack. can you
because we have to ge a new fe chairwomanfirst. i don't thinanybody will set the ble and start serving til she get there is. there's lies and then statistics. i'm looking to see unemployment go up. i want to see people so excited abt the job market when they start doing silly phone survey sayingre you looking for a job, someone who hn't been looking for a job goes yes, i am. i think there's an oppornity for me. right now the jobs aren't enough for first time home buyers to start making up the rcentage of t housing market. i wa to seeirst time home buyers ring and i want to see unemployment going up beuse people are optimistic. service jobs wilnot do much for theeconomy. you might take tw service jobs to equal one in manufacturer that somebody lost six months or a year ago. >> you're nobelieving it? >> no. i think it's semi fake. you don't want to g between an american consumer, their credit card and a mall when it comes to holiday ason. retailers are talking abou how much they are concernedabout, six less shopping days. they are still expecting 3.9% in growth. they are crying wolf and i do
. he took this video. >> why don't you get in my face like before. >> reporter: police made no arrests. uber refunded his $14 fare but he says the company is not taking responsibility for the driver's behavior. uber says that authorities responded to the incident determined no action was necessary. but we suspended the account of the involved parties until further notice. >> i was bothered by the word "temporarily" because of what happened. not just because i suspect it had been shared with someone else but because of what transfired. >> reporter: uber says that the driver works for an approved provider. right now they are in a legal limbo when it comes to liability. >> but to the extend that companies hold themselves out to the public as vetting drivers and providing security it seems that the courts will impose some level of liability. >> reporter: james does not plan to use uber again and cautions riders to expect the ride you are expecting is the one you take. >> i think if my sister was in that car what would happen to her and that scares me. >> reporter: the san francisco police
you don't become a crime victim during this holiday shopping season. nbc bay area news. >>> speaking of something for shoppers to think about tonight, new statistics show crime in san francisco is at its highest rate in five years. most of them were property crimes. police say in part because of smartphones. not only are the phones frequently stolen, but phones distract people making them targets. property crimes jumped 33% so far this year compared to last year. police suggest keeping your cell phone in your pocket or purse while you're out. don't walk and talk. stop so you can focus on what's happening around you. we have some more tips. don't buy more than you can easily carry. don't take out your credit card or checkbook until you're ready to use them. have your keys in your hand when you get to your car. >>> a growing number of walmart employees say they just can't survive on the wages the world's largest retailer is paying them. many of the stores employees are protesting. what's up? >> reporter: you can see that protest is still going strong right here. that street actually ju
before coming. >> they don't have to. >> reporter: his first campaign and hard fought republican primary ended in victory with support from tea party members. the charge he faces today is a misdemeanor with a maximum sentence of six months in prison. his florida neighbors responded to word of his arrest. >> i think it's going to be a new career for him. there's no way to recover from that. >> reporter: he got the sentence first offenders in these cases usually get probation with the charges later dismissed if there are no more violations. as for what happens next, the house speaker john boehner says that's up to the congressman, his family and his constituents. >> pete williams outside the courthouse this morning. >>> we move on to the war in afghanistan and an agreement that might keep the u.s. there for another decade or longer. richard engel broke this story and joins us from kabul. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. thousands of afghan officials are starting to gather here in kabul to vote starting tomorrow on a joint u.s.-afghan security agreement that if pass
new level. >> what will we do to top that off? >> don't even ask. >>> also ahead this morning, the olympic torch has traveled to a place where it's never been before. we are talking space. back on the ground, will sochi be ready in just 91 days? there are concerns from terrorism to the weather. the president of the organizing committee is here with a progress report. we will talk to him. >>> we want to get to the today's top story, twitter, the site has changed the world, but should you stop tweeting long enough to buy? carl is live in our room. good morning to you. >> reporter: from wall street, twitter is going public. they priced at $26 a share. with all those problems facebook went through when they went public last year, can the company with that little blue bird make some green? hashtag ipo, today's opening bell kicks off one of wall street's most anticipated days of the year. social media giant twitter goes public. >> the twitter ipo is a central moment in their history. it's such a significant platform for so many people around the world. >> reporter: with 230 million
not looking at that. >> what's wrong with him? is he awake. >> yeah. >> we don't know? it's not working well? does he have pain? >> he look like he's in pain. >> is he breathing or vomiting blood. >> not vomiting or anything. >> we have paramedics on the way, okay? >> they prompted them to realize there were no professional care givers on site. >> eight people are recovering after a car fire flooded the tunnel with thick black smoke. that fire snarled traffic for hours and under scored how dangerous it can be and how difficult it can be for first responders to reach the injured. it is scheduled to open before the end of the year and it will have state-of-the-art improvements designed to stay alive. we have a look. >> bumper to bumper traffic in the evening commute at the caldecott tunnel. it's a pain for hundreds of drivers every day, but relief is coming. >> with the openingly of the four, there will be two tunnels in the traffic. >> they broke ground in 2010 slated to open by the end of the year. they died in a fiery crash and took eight people to the hospital for smoke inhalation and caus
. >> this is renee zellweger before. >> yep. >> and this is renee zellweger now. >> i don't think that's so much difference. >> no. >> what? what are they alleging she's done? >> well, i don't know. let's see if we can investigate and see. >> i think she looks great. i mean -- any -- >> something's different. >> mid grimace can make it look like that. i'd like to a little something. >> i don't know. i can't tell from that at all. and first of all, i'm one to talk, you know. like i'm going to -- first of all, she can do whatever she wants, it's her body. and i -- if i were a well known actress, i would be hesitant to do a lot of stuff. because then you can't play age appropriate anymore. >> yeah. >> look at meryl streep does nothing and judy dench and maggie smith, and they get to play all these great roles. >> and they always go back to on another note jennifer grey on "dirty dancing." and she was very distinctive looking and then she had her nose done and she sort of blended in with everybody. >> and didn't see much of her career after that. >> right. sometimes it can be detrimental. >> well, w
. to think they all made it alive. >> you don't hear any swearing on the tape. >> which is shocking. >> one guy says when asked what happened, he said i literally got hit by a moving plane. >> i think that's why we do have a happy ending and survivors able to tell the tale this morning. >> we'll be talking to them later in the show. let us begin on a tuesday morning breaking news in new jersey. a late night shooting in a popular mall that led to a chaotic scene ron, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, matt. yes, it's been an absolutely terrifying night out here. there were thousands of people in the mall behind me when a gunman opened fire. at 3:20 in the morning, police found the body of a gunman in a difficult part of the mall to reach. he had a self-inflicted gun shot wound in his head. >> new jersey's garden state mall is a suburban shopper's paradise, more than 300 stores, household names. 300 stores, household names. last night hundreds of police responded to the nightmarish 911 report of a gunman stalking the mall and opening fire. >> we heard shots and we thought
landfall. and tonight we don't yet know the full extent of the death and the damage in the philippines. >>> the promise from the president to fix health care after his apology for a promise not kept. >>> an innocent man who spent decades in prison for a murder he didn't commit. now the prosecutor who put him there is facing jail time for keeping evidence a secret. >>> and it's here. the once-far-off notion of space flight for us civilians. now they're taking reservations and window seats are going fast. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. we find ourselves tonight in that period between landfall of a monster storm and then learning how bad it was when communications are back up. there is reason to believe, though, that entire portions of the philippines are cut off tonight and under water after a storm made landfall that's being described as the most powerful on earth ever to hit land. wind gusts at the core were predicted at over 200 miles an hour. at that speed, nothing can remain attached to the earth. waves were reported at 50 feet and higher. and after passing through the
, no cell phones like the storm ssed. >> we don't have bags for the dead. >> reporter:he death toll >> the thousands of homes completely wiped out. and the water sweeps in. d it can take out entire towns >> reporter: one o the hardest hit areas, home to more than 220,0 people and surrounded on threeides by water. surgin ocean waves 40 feet high s submergemost of the city. >> the devastation, i don't hav the words f it. it's really horrif. reporter: a reportereported live a the typhoon baredown on the city. he later retreated to a second-floor hotel as the streets becam rivers tonight,ietnam is on alert, as the storm pusheswest, forecast to hit torrow ternoon. mo tn 1.5 million residents have evacuated t shelters. >>> etnam is bracingor the storm. let's bring in rob who is trackinghe typhoon. >> it's a category 2 equivalent hurrice in the west pacific. the winds ctinue to drop off. going forward, the storm rge. and one to two feet of rain. sustained win of 100iles per hour. that's down from 145 miles per hour, as they crossed over the philippines as asuperthoon. now, the path of this
to bieve i was the first person who sned on. i don't want to saanything that going to -- heaven forbid peop look like i'm sayin something gative but honestly i ought it was going to be a three-person panel. they gave me a nice dangling monetary moment and i was st like, okay. this is the thing. randy jacksowill be there. known him forever. he used to plabass for me. this i't a big deal. this will be notng. but it wasn't that. it was like -- it was like hell, like going to wo every day in ll with satan. >> really? >> wow. >> well,or going to hell wit satan she made $ million on "american idol." >> that's a lot of people's idea of hean. >> she did s she enjoyed working with the contestants. it's unfortunate. shs so blessed. nobody wants to hear -- >> yes, no one les to hear complaining when you'rmaking 18 million. >> so, so, so much on the oer side of that coin. >> what? >> are we going to tk about rk wahlberg? >> yeah. >> he waat an event. >> q and a for "ne survivor." >> while tom cruise was making -- it's involved. >> tom cruise was ing a deposition about suri becae he was suing the tabloi
out. and the fridge preosa is hideous and gross. i don't know how she even goes inside there >> she has aazmat suit on. >> post-ro it's empty. so i h nothing going on. but this is a picte of our office rrigerator which is comparle to mine at home. >> oh, okay. >> just some icky junk. >> you live in the city. yoeat out so much. >> and i order in. >> you order in a lot. shhas cozy nights at home. >> sometimes you think, that will last one more d, one more day. and th you shove it in the back and you forget. that's what haens to me and i look bacand go what is that? >> it's sprouting. it's got ling things on it. this is very unusual month. >> we did ask viewers to send in photos of their refrigerators. these are the ones you sent . we're going to tl you a little later what to ke in your idge -- that looks like mine. that's a bachelor's -- >> is there dog in there? a dog is in the frid. sad. >> anyway, so we'lget to that. >> oy, hoda woman. at else are we going to talk about today? >> you may not known but this year thanksgiving is known as thanksnukkah. oh, my gosh. we should have a me
for you to see. you don't see this every day. this is an island being formed about 500 miles off the coast of japan and it's a volcano. an underground volcano so far the island is about 600 feet across. they don't know how solid this is going to end up. but that is amazing to see. you are basically looking at the birth of an island. this is the same way the hawaiian islands were formed. that's right. that's it. if you're looking for some real estate. boom! all right. our top weather story today, we got the arctic express. a big western mess coming across. we got low pressure developing off the california coast. as it does, we will be looking at more wet weather along the california coastline. inland, with that cold air coming in, we are looking at a lot of snow and rain. in fact, look at these snowfall amounts in the mountains in the central rockies. about one to two feet and heavy rain ahead of this system making its way through the lower mississippi river valley. we will get to your forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. cmon man, we going to make this trade or what? it lets you chec
into something like this. they don't want to bump into them. they don't want to get involved. >> that concern shared by hikers. don is part of the indian tripe. they are been overrun by pat growers. they're afraid to go in the forest alone. >> they're armed. >> it has an impact, folks not being able to do what we're accustomed to doing. >> reporter: he says fear is also keeping tribe members inside. and unable to participate in practices, like burial rights and basket weaving. why are the areas so appealing to growers now. >> they're not traversed very often. they have a little bit of cover from not being seen. it's purely from roads or other houses. >> appealing because of the density that public land offers in california. at the same time, areas that so many cherish. >> it just doesn't affect our county or our state. it affects the entire country. >> reporter: more than 12,000 were found on national land in california. that's an estimation, followed by tennessee and oregon. to put that into perspective. both states had plants. law enforcement says if you're hiking and you see a water line l
where more and more people have srt phones. lots of peopl don't have smartphone convincing myom to do an uber, she has known taxis her whole li life. here is a app, and they would just jump right in. >> andhe middle mart is all what wre about. pele that want a safe, reliable, reanably priced ride. yoow? they're drinkinbeer and going to the bal gam and that's who we're trying to mket too, or your mom is takg the taxi to the doctor. another thing is that t taxi indust is ruired to pick up and dp off any where. economically disadvanged s communities. i was at a rally at city hall, and we hadhe elderly cmunity talking to the audience saying you need to allow everything. some day you will be older and you may not be able to get around as well and you'll wis that someone hearing aidure you can get service. >> keeping it going, it's the same regulatio thatill be put on the rest of t industry as well. >> steve, thank you for being with ushis morning. >> tnk you very much. >> my next guest points out tha setle tech strategies,ekz. >>> welcome back to "press here." san francio has done a great
but i don't know what wi happen tomorrow or the day after that. today the president of the philippines toured the city. >> especially those are injud. the need f food. >> reporter: taclan's airport was badly damaged by raging floodwaters. now, hundreds wait tre desperate to leave. the young and the frail allowed to go first. this woman is 63. she bely survived. r family didn't. >> my husband -- reporter: she only has what she stands in. secuty now a concern with tv footage showg widespread looting. one official calling on the vernment to declare martial law. at this ho, a massive relief operation is underway ashe situation grow ever more sperate. e runway here is still intac and the aiorts are flying in and out. beginning to rcue the many thousands who are desperate to leave. this is fast becoming major international humanitarian airlift. lester? >> ang us waer. we wanto hear more fro a personou just sa m eds a storm char who was documenting the storm as it came ashore from the hotel. here's how he described it in his own words. >> i started to come in as the sun came up. i went out w
were saying he sounded a little pitchy. >> >> don't give away my secrets. >> who's pitchy now? simon >> that takes guts to sing with john bon jovi and taylor swift.. well done. >> and queen elizabeth >> and queen elizabeth was on the side playing drums. the >> we'll tell you about that >> that a little later on. of course, the later. story today has to >>> the top story has to do wit this man here and the weather. e talking about we're talking about a powerful of p storm impacting millions of eo day. >> if there's any good people on this travel day. >> if there's any good news it's starting to move a little a li faster and feel its faster. we'll feel its effects for less time.le less time. here's a let's show you this video that'd out of north carolina, atlantico carolina beach, north carolina just , kn knock, outside of morehead city. just d roofs torn off of a condominium trees uprooted. a lot of d a lot of damage and a lot of am floo flooding.di let's look at the let's look at the radar, we'll we'll show you just w show you what was going on. you can see the heavy you can thund
with it. but your children don't. they're just born. you want to protect them. >> those headlines were from june 2012. that means by bringing it up now, we're talking about it -- >> it take that long to do the depositions. >> right. >> it really does. it's a long, long process. let me tell you something. >> what? >> unbelievably expensive to sue. >> how much does it cost? >> oh, oh. i would say about half a million dollars each time you do, depending on. >> wow! >> and rarely do you win. although they -- who knows. he's not going to miss the money. i know that. it's the principle. >>> we have breaking news about jennifer aniston's hair. >> what? >> it's big. you know she's known for her lid. everyone knows her because of her hair. she decided she was going to do something and get a brazilian keratin treatment. which i am all for. >> i always get confused by calling it a brazilian. >> stop. stop it. >> why would she want that on her head? >> she did the brazilian and apparently it did something -- the chemicals, whatever is in it damaged her hair and she had to chop it. >> irretrievably
you don't usually see them doing, which is why it's such a great show. >> which also is what happened yesterday with matt. >> sexie accent on the globe is -- >> french. >> french. >> i like the brith. i like the southern. >> you do? >> yeah, i like southern. there's something about a southern >> she lived in the south for a long time, folks. >> there something about tha acnt that i just like. it's slow. it's sof >>t's seductive, yes, ma'am. >> we would like to apologize something. apologize. here's why. there's a global wine shortage. >> global ne shortage. it's coming. at was an actual tracript. i don't know what they're doing there. i think i saw that show. >> rlly? >> i did, yeah. that's not out of the ordinary. >> no, it is not. that wig was -- matt'sig was ful. >> really bad. really bad. remember the last time y and i did ellen, i took -- she had the huge glass of red wi in front ofe and i chugged the ole thing and you all fe for it. you thought it was real wine. it wasn't. >>o, it wasn't, indeed >>t wasn't good. it was grape jce. >> grape juice. >> it's kind of sad when they rea
this historic shiite-sunni split with iran and don't trust them and threatening to go nuclear themselves, the saudis have, if iran does proceed with its nuclear program, the nuclear program that iran says is peaceful but the saudis and israelis say it is not. it's not only israel, but israel is, of kourcourse, the most powl ally and the strongest political power here in united states there are many, many democrats and republicans, key senate leaders in both parties who are very strongly against this. they are going to be creating quite a fuss. the american people signaled in all of the polling on the syria potential of attack back on labor day that the american public does not want military action. without military action to stop iran's litical allies will remain in power. lester? >> richard engel in afghanistan this morning. thanks. >>> want to turn to the weather system that is pummeling people across the country. janel klein is in ft. worth, texas, this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, erica. the roads in texas and throughout much of the west are dangerous blamed for
, several authorities tell us the gunman is in custody. we don't know anything further about who it is. they believe that person is the sole person involved in the shooting, but they're wondering if others were involved as well, so airport operations has been vastly reduced, lester. >> the president has been briefed on what's happening at the airport. the los angeles police department still the lead agency, but washington watching very carefully because it does involve an international airport where there has been threats in the past. there has been ground transportation in effect. car transportation has been stopped. that's a scene of vehicles stopped outside the airport. we've even seen pictures of people leaving vehicles and making the walk to the airport to get to terminals where they will likely find their flights won't be leaving any time soon as this investigation continues. again, it happened at or near a tsa security checkpoint, pete williams reporting one tsa officer dead, another has been injured and perhaps some other injuries, but the suspect is in custody. we'll continue
a meth addict to ve his own life. >> to this day, i still don't know why i more or less dove into that car. op! stop don't [ bleep ] ve! >> you shot me. >> don move! >> you shot me. >> he was shot. after viewinghe powerl dashcam deo, the presiding judge sentced hamilton to 30 years in pron. >> everyone's luc to be alive. >> ectly. >> alaska andawaii getting the weatherheadlines. we hava storm system with winter storm warnings overnight. ny areas ofentral alaska and fairbanks dealing with winter weather, sno and freezing rain. outside of anchorag freezing rain, too. as we go throughout the day, unlike the last cple storms that came from the south wh rm air, thisone's coming fro the west. that's why we're able to get more winter weatr out of th. just be careful through alaska. also wita southerly flow and a littleit of a weak storm system. especially near maui. we got heavy rain thi morning. there will beight rain through holulu and a lot of clouds through the hawaiia island chain. one ofhe few times we won't see perfect nditions. lots of clouds. ill very mild as y'd expe. with
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